Do you fund or work in the credit union or CDFI industry? Interested in the nuts and bolts of community banking? Join us this October for Self-Help's 2017 Community Development Banking Seminar.
This two-day gathering is a chance to learn from Self-Help senior staff and to engage with industry peers. We'll share information on Self-Help's community development banking model and discuss how it has evolved over time in scope, scale and strategy. You'll get a chance to reflect on lessons learned from Self-Help's experiences, explore the opportunities and challenges facing your own organization, and exchange ideas with fellow seminar participants.
- Commercial lending and underwriting
- Home mortgage lending and underwriting
- Bridging the financial services gap for low-wealth and immigrant families
- Consumer lending
- Financial management and fundraising
- Tracking and communicating impact
- Evaluating opportunities to achieve scale or reach new markets
- Connecting our work to larger social change movements
Have a specific topic you'd like to learn about? Let us know! Key Self-Help staff will be available for individual or small group appointments, and the agenda has built-in flexibility to allow us to cover topics attendees are most interested in.
When: Tuesday, October 24 - Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Where: 302 West Main Street, Durham, NC 27701. Discount rates available at the Marriott hotel one block away.
Cost: $400 per person. Includes meals but not lodging. Limited scholarships and group discounts available. Contact Neill Goslin for more information.
See what last year's attendees had to say about their experience:
“Overall it was a great learning experience and I will recommend it to others! Great job, Self-Help!”
“I liked the early staff introductions and the ability to meet with experts depending on our needs and interests.”
“Very informative and inspirational! Thank you!”
“A life-changing experience. Self-Help is a model and innovative organization."
“This is an invaluable seminar! Self-Help is tithing to the movement! Thank you!!”